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Reed Cosponsoring No Budget, No Pay Legislation

March 17, 2015 The chairmen of the House and Senate budget panels are working toward unveiling budget plans this week. As plans near completion, U.S. Rep. more »»

Return To Oak Ridge

March 16, 2015 It was the summer of 1944. In June, 160,000 Allied troops landed along the 50-mile stretch of heavily fortified French coastline to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of Normandy. more »»

Injection Prevention

March 16, 2015 The expansion of a syringe-exchange program into Jamestown has been approved. Evergreen Health Services’ syringe-exchange program — known as Project S.A.F. more »»

Sunshine Week Begins Today

March 16, 2015 Editor’s Note: The Post-Journal is publishing a series of articles during Sunshine Week, a national initiative held this week to promote open government and freedom of information. more »»

Goodell Disappointed In Reform Rules Being Voted Down

March 16, 2015 Rules proposed by Assemblyman Andy Goodell and fellow Republicans saw a lack of support from the Democratic-controlled Assembly. more »»

Steve-O-Approved

March 15, 2015 FINDLEY LAKE — Attendants of Peek’n Peak Resort’s annual Spring Fest extravaganza were treated to a surprise Saturday as former MTV celebrity Steve-O stopped by for a visi. more »»

County Rate Of Drug-Addicted Newborns Exceeds State Average

March 15, 2015 By A.J. Rao arao@post-journal.com Like countless other newborns in Chautauqua County, Stormy Raynor was born with an addiction — a heroin addiction. more »»

Nursing Facility Ratings Released

March 15, 2015 Nursing home ratings are one of the many sources of information available to families looking for the right destination for loved ones. more »»

School Districts Begin Budget Process Without State Aid Runs

March 15, 2015 Budget season is already a difficult time, but area school district superintendents say the process has been infinitely harder this year. In an unprecedented move, Gov. more »»

Sweet Release

March 14, 2015 KENNEDY — A large portion of maple syrup producers reside in Chautauqua County, making for a large and prevalent industry in the region. more »»

Officials React To Proposed Wage Increase, School Aid

March 14, 2015 The New York Assembly’s Democratic majority is proposing to raise the state’s minimum wage to $12.60 an hour — a move Chautauqua County’s Assemblyman does not support. Sitting at $8. more »»

30-Year Sentence For Turner Murder Accomplice

March 14, 2015 ROCHESTER—A Rochester man linked to the contracted killing of a police informant was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison by a U.S District Court judge. more »»

Judge Ends Small Cities Lawsuit

March 14, 2015 The Maisto v. New York trial was brought to an end Thursday by Supreme Court Judge Kimberly O’Connor. more »»

Under Pressure

March 13, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA—After a column at the Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater snapped Wednesday afternoon, speculation ensued over a cause and how it might affect the structure’s potential—and controversial—... more »»

Fiscal Forecast Looms Over JPS

March 13, 2015 Jamestown Public Schools staff, school board members and community members were given a look at how drastic cuts could be in the coming weeks during Thursday night’s budget presentation at the board... more »»

Man Involved In Quincy Turner Murder Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison

March 13, 2015 ROCHESTER — U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. more »»

Senate, Assembly Pass $150B Families First Bill

March 13, 2015 The New York state Assembly and Senate are advancing the budget process with resolutions passing in both houses Thursday afternoon. Known as the “Families First” budget proposal, the $150. more »»

Ellery Remains Opposed To Expansion Of County Landfill

March 13, 2015 ELLERY — More public input is necessary before a potential expansion can be considered at the Chautauqua County Landfill in Ellery. more »»

Coming Down

March 12, 2015 FALCONER—Emergency crews rushed to a 359 W. Main St. building in Falconer on Wednesday after initial reports indicated that the roof had collapsed and someone was trapped inside. more »»

A Lesson In Forgiveness

March 12, 2015 SALAMANCA — Peter Loth, a Holocaust survivor and public speaker, shared his story with many students on Wednesday at Salamanca High School, and had a dramatic effect on the audience. more »»

 
 
 

 

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